A 30-year-old ritual killer disclosed how he murdered his girlfriend, dismembered her, then disposed of her body parts, and used the money to live out his life.

I killed my girlfriend, other people, sold their body parts, used the proceeds to buy beer and enjoy myself

Monsuru, who was arrested in Iwo on December 8, 2020, in connection with ritual killings in Iwo, admitted that he had committed the crimes the day he was arrested.

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I murdered people and sold their body parts for profit. I killed people, including my girlfriend Mutiat Alani and others. I have strangled people for those who needed me. He said he used the money to drink and hang out with friends.

I killed my girlfriend, other people, sold their body parts, used the proceeds to buy beer and enjoy myself

“I killed my girlfriend, other people, sold their body parts, used the proceeds to buy beer and enjoy myself” – Osun ritual killer perpetrator.
Our victims are strangled to death once we have won their trust. The majority of times, we sleep with them at night, lock them up in a cage, and then break them into pieces. “After selling our products to clergy members who need them, we use the proceeds to spend them on liquor and sometimes go out drinking.” I had killed my girlfriend and by the time he brought to my place had killed one other young man. “I am completely neutral when killing them,”

Meanwhile, his accomplice, Hamzat Akeem, 25, who confessed to luring his friend, Gafari, to Monsuru’s location, where he was strangled to death, said he was given N5,000 for the function, while Awayewasere Yusuf, 37, said he bought a human head at N20,000 for financial benefit.

Also, Lukman Garuba, and 31, said he paid N2,000 for human flesh to be used in rituals.

“I killed my girlfriend, other people, sold their body parts, used the proceeds to buy beer and enjoy myself” – Osun ritual killer perpetrator.
The police commissioner said, “On November 11, there was a case of a missing person transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department” (SCID).

“Detectives swung into action immediately. Through intelligence-led investigation, detectives apprehended four suspects, who confessed to having kidnapped and killed the victims. One of the suspects, Awayewasere Yusuf, confessed to buying human parts and then selling said human parts to some suspects still at large.”

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